Don’t think he is a political prisoner? Consider this: In December 2011 in the U.K., a gang of Muslim women who savagely beat a non-Muslim woman were let off scot-free because “they weren’t used to drinking because they’re Muslims.” Consider also that earlier in 2011, Muslims pelted EDL members with stones, touching off an altercation; a Muslim was fined Â£50, while Robinson’s fine was Â£315.
Consider also this from Pamela Geller: “He came to New York to speak at our Freedom of Speech conference on September 11, 2012 the same day our embassies were attacked in Cairo and Benghazi and our Ambassador and diplomat attaches were murdered in cold blood. No one has been prosecuted in those crimes against humanity, but Tommy Robinson is solitary confinement. Watch Tommy’s speech here.”
“EDL leader Stephen Lennon jailed for passport fraud,” from the London Evening Standard, January 7 (thanks to Twostellas):
The leader of the English Defence League was today jailed for 10 months after admitting using another man’s passport to travel to the United States.
Stephen Lennon, 30, pleaded guilty to possession of a false identity document with improper intention, contrary to the Identity Documents Act 2010, at Southwark Crown Court.
Lennon used a passport in the name of Andrew McMaster to board a Virgin Atlantic Flight from Heathrow to New York, but was caught out after his fingerprints were taken by customs officials.
He left the airport and entered the US illegally but left the country the following day, using his own passport to return to the UK.
The court heard that Lennon, who had previously been refused entry to the US, used his friend’s passport to travel to the country in September.
He used a self check-in kiosk to board the Virgin Atlantic flight at Heathrow, and was allowed through when the document was checked in the bag drop area.
But when he arrived at New York’s JFK Airport, customs officials who took his fingerprints realised he was not Mr McMaster.
Lennon was asked to attend a second interview but left the airport, entering the US illegally.
He stayed just one night and travelled back to the UK the following day using his own legitimate passport – which bears the name Paul Harris.
The court heard that is the name that appears on the EDL leader’s passport, although he uses aliases.
Lennon, who was arrested in October, was jailed for 10 months today.
The court heard that he was previously jailed for assault in 2005 and also has previous convictions for drugs offences and public order offences….